Lawsuits have become more and more complicated. We have experience defending multi-party and multi-venue actions.
Our attorneys have defended class action litigation with thousands of potential claimants. Environmental claims with large numbers of potentially responsible parties. Insurance coverage litigation with many years of overlapping policy periods of many insurers. Construction litigation involving large numbers of parties with wide-ranging liability theories and defenses. High-profile lawsuits that generate press coverage and require sensitivity to public relations. We genuinely believe no challenge is too difficult for us to represent.
Hoffman v. Transworld Sys. Inc., No. C18-1132-JCC, 2018 WL 5734641 (W.D. Wash. Nov. 2, 2018) (dismissal of all class action claims brought by borrowers of student loans, alleging violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Collection Agency Act, and Consumer Protection Act).
Benedict v. Hollenbeck, cause no. 10-cv-990-JCC (W.D. Wash. 2011) (dismissal of attorney-client from putative class action for claims based on alleged predatory lending, fraudulent securitization of mortgage loans, and improper home foreclosure).
Cook v. Law Firm, CV-10-0320-EFS, 2010 WL 4918726 (E.D. Wash. Nov. 24, 2010) (dismissal of attorney-client in class action lawsuit alleging violations of the Fair debt Collection Practices Act).